October 3, 2015
Mayflower Hall at the Pennhurst Haunt was bursting with paranormal activity on Saturday night. With the continual rain , Mayflower was damp and cold. Patches of water lay in some of the corners and back rooms. It is said that water is a conduit. Perhaps there is some truth to this. For the more the dampened feet walked around, the more the paranormal activity emerged.
Several people had gotten pictures of faces in some of the windows. One woman heard a sigh close to her ear. Others had trouble with their cameras, even though their batteries were fully charged upon entering the building. Two people saw a shadow man in the common room.Once again, the alarms played tricks on us.
As the wind whipped up the staircase, people reported feelings of oppressive heaviness - something I feel on occasion.
Ghostly tales emerged from some of the customers, who shared their own personal hauntings.
But the highlight of my night was when three lovely ladies came all the way from Ohio to see us. Upon taking them down the main staircase (for safety reasons) one lady exclaimed, “You look just like the woman who wrote the book I’m reading.”
I had a good laugh.
Author Tamera Lawrence
GHOSTS OF MAYFLOWER: A PENNHURST HAUNTING
PENNHURST GHOSTS OF MAYFLOWER II
Available on Amazon.com & Barnes & Noble
|Common Room: dark graffiti|